I live on a beautiful cold, clear lake here on the tundra. This morning my neighbor brought me a milk carton half full of freshly caught and cleaned Crappie fish fillets. No bones, no skin, just clean fresh fillets about the size of the palm of my hand. I put them in the frig and drove down the highway to the nearby city of Kimball (pop. 900+/-). On the highway the farm kids had their little booth selling sweet corn. Picked this morning in the field next to the highway and $3 per dozen.
I am now making lunch. Can it get any better? Fish caught this morning and fresh sweet corn grown within 1 mile of here and picked less than 4 hours ago. YUMMMMMM, a gourmet meal at a bargain price. Wonderful!!!!!!!